Keswick: Live Weather
Live weather in Keswick
The latest and today's weather in Keswick, United Kingdom updated regularly
- Sunrise 06:57
- Sunset 19:12
|Temp feels like:||17°C (63°F)|
|Length of Day:||12h 15m|
|Pressure:||29.98" (1015 hpa)|
|Visiblity:||5 miles (8 km)|
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Historic Temperatures for 22nd September in Keswick
|Average High||15°C (59°F)|
|Record High||20°C (68°F) (2006)|
|Average Low||10°C (50°F)|
|Record Low||10°C (50°F) (2003)|
Weather in Keswick
Keswick is a pretty little town in the North of England, set away in the beautiful county of Cumbria. Unfortunately, the Lake District is called âthe Lake Districtâ for a reason and although its lakes are truly beautiful, rain is what the lakes are comprised of and it does fall rather regularly! With its majestic hills and valleys never too far away, Keswick â" and Cumbria in general â" is a place of pure natural splendour. <?xml:namespace prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office" />
Summer in Keswick is typically the hottest time of the year with average high temperatures reaching around a pleasant 19Â°C. However, the average low temperature lingers around 10Â°C each month, so visitors are advised to bring warm clothing with them and to check the weather forecast prior to their visit.
As mentioned previously, Keswick receives a considerable amount of precipitation over the year and summer is not an exception, with up to 91 millimetres of rain in August, the wettest month of the season.
Autumn is cooler and wetter still, with average low temperatures dropping down to a minimum of a very chilly 4Â°C in November and not reaching above 10Â°C in other autumn months. The warmest average high temperature in autumn is a pleasant 17Â°C in September, but drops below 15Â°C in October and November.
October and November can receive rather heavy rainfall, reaching above one hundred millimetres. Unfortunately, <?xml:namespace prefix = st1 ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:smarttags" />Cumbria has faced some difficult times in recent years, particularly with the October 2009 floods but this should not be repeated any time soon.
Winter is typically the coldest season of the year and in recent years has received a considerable amount of snow. This period is also the darkest time of year, typically only receiving one or two hours of direct sunshine per day. December, January and February all have the average low temperature of a chilly 2Â°C. The average high temperature for the winter months is not much better, reaching up to a cold 8Â°C.
Hat, gloves and scarf, not to mention warm jumpers, are a must for Keswick at this time of year. Winter is the wettest time of year in Keswick with 141 millimetres of rain in February. December and January are the wettest months of the year, both with 164 millimetres of precipitation over each month.
Spring is thankfully a slightly hotter time of year compared to winter and is the season that blossom fills the treesâ branches and bright plants flower once more in the warmer weather, reaching to around 16Â°C in May. It can still be rather cool but it is comfortable, with the average high temperature hitting around 11Â°C in March and April. The average low temperatures, unfortunately, are all below 10Â°C so warm layers of clothing are still needed. As always, rainfall is steady and dependable throughout the spring season so umbrellas and waterproof clothes are essential.
Whether it is exploring the pretty Northern town and its shops, dining in its restaurants offering a large choice of cuisines or hiking up its hills, Keswick is surely a beautiful place to spend oneâs holiday.